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Saying in the review ‘I wouldn’t touch this program with a ten foot pole’
Comment by PhilS — December 13th, 2014 at 4:04 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8) Reply
( 1 ) Restoration is a very little but efficient file recovery tool. Here You Can Read Softpedia Editorial Review of Restoration
(2) Undelete 360 ( I mostly use this and till now I have recovered approximately 30Gb files from hdd and Flash Drive )
(3) Recuva -Portable – A popular Program from well known developer Piriform.
(4) WinUtilities Free Undelete – It has the explorer based GUI. A handy tool , in certain cases more powerful than Undelete 360 and Recuva.
(5) Puran File Recovery and (6) Bplan Data Recovery Software – These two program claim that they can recovere files from formatted disks too but I’ve never succeeded to recover anything from formatted disk.
Comment by Jahid — December 13th, 2014 at 4:09 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16) Reply
We had had a previous version on February 24, 2013. Here are the old reviews:
A Canadian(?) company with address and … several names under the same address.
Name it “RaidLabs Inc. Company” or “WizardRecovery Company” ot “1st File Undelete” or “MiniTool Solution Ltd” or “NTFS Mechanic” or…
No, this must be a Chinese company…. LOL
This is still the same software from July 2012, which I have commented several times. The impression does not change. It is still a good recovery software. Maybe you can add some more names under which this software is promoted.
No, I did not test it today. I just wanted to see, whether it is the same 2012 version. It is! Have a look at the different homepages. You see?
Uninstalled via reboot.
Comment by Karl — December 13th, 2014 at 4:20 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11) Reply
Comment by Whiterabbit-uk — December 13th, 2014 at 4:53 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5) Reply
Did a deeper scan, still pretty fast, amazed at the number of files it produced, would not preview many of the supposed JPG files, lots of them, was the same with EXE files.
Still somewhat confused by the number of files produced, thought I’d have a look at other people’s comments and went to the link as shown in #1 PhilS's comment.
This explained why there were so many files, it was showing files that had not been deleted!
When you’re looking for a few files that have been deleted and you mix them up with hundreds of files that haven’t been deleted and show no differentiation between the two you have pretty well defeated the object of the exercise.
In my opinion the lack of differentiation between deleted and files that have not been deleted make it a waste of time and of disk space, uninstalled!
Comment by XP-Man — December 13th, 2014 at 5:04 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7) Reply
But imagine this: Some nice kind person has purposely wiped your hard disk — and even OVER-WRITTEN the previously-existing files.
At that point EVERYTHING is up for grabs — so you might want to give it a go.
I haven’t yet — but since I am in the position just described — I will indeed.
That will be an acid test….
Comment by Tranmontane — December 13th, 2014 at 5:57 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0) Reply